Google Maps update adds transit directions with biking and ridesharing2
First off, once you enter a destination in the search box, you can now tap on “Directions” and then on the transit tab. Maps should immediately display a list of routes that feature ridesharing and cycling options paired with transit directions.
The feature is especially useful for those who are taking a ridesharing vehicle, as the app will now show them how much the ride will cost if there's traffic on the ride, and when the bus or train departs. Google Maps will also let users select their favorite rideshare provider and other available ride options like pool or economy.
According to Google, transit directions paired with biking and ridesharing will start rolling out in the coming weeks on Android and iOS in 30 countries around the globe, although these features will expand to more regions in the future.